Vertical Construction For 58-Story Missoni Baia Getting Underway, Filing States

Developer of the 58-story Missoni Baia tower have filed paperwork in county records stating that vertical construction was getting underway.

The filing was recorded May 1.

A construction permit is active with the city, and was most recently revised on April 1 for the 22nd time.

The original permit states that 146 residential units are being built, at a cost of $136.6 million.

A tower height of 58 stories, or 696 feet, is also listed on the permit.

 

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Beautiful building…hope there’s a light feature as it really looks great from the shoreline…but nevertheless it’s simplicity is nicely done….

Anonymous
1 year ago

POWER!!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

this isn’t cute.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Classic and timeless appeal. Great addition to Miami’s skyline.

Anonymous
1 year ago

’bout time

POLO
1 year ago

The height limit in that area is 649 FT MSL! Where did they get 696 FT?

Anonymous
1 year ago

So what let it be taller

Anonymous
1 year ago

No cantilever so it’s clearly not a Triumph of Man

Anonymous
1 year ago

Wonder of the world. Grand Canyon and this.

Anonymous
1 year ago

1 more story so we can get to 700ft

Miami Realist
1 year ago

Not impress just another tall cereal box. These developer’s need to come with better unique design.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What?? Missoni Bitch????? lol

Anonymous
1 year ago

for a while I was happy we were getting built up, hoping we would get nice high-rises and we have ended up with a boring, a lot of the same designs… miami had so much potential!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Wait, didn’t this come off the ground months ago, or was that just its giant parking garage taking up most the block?

Anonymous
1 year ago

This building is actually elegant and in line with the new ‘clean’ Miami aesthetic you see in projects like Park Grove, the new Cocowalk, etc..

Now the Paramount Worldcenter…what an utter disappointment

Anonymous
1 year ago

I agree about Park Grove, but the new CocoWalk makes the old one look like Vizcaya. If it wasn’t for One Thousand Museum, Paramount Worldcenter would likely be one of the best new towers. You’re crazy with you’re ‘clean’ Miami aesthetic.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Most boring looking thing I’ve ever seen !

Anonymous
1 year ago

Oye mama. So negative. Aye dios mio

Anonymous
1 year ago

Say what you want, but I’m glad it wasn’t designed by Arquitectonica.